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Kurt

Mark and Erica,
It was nice meeting all of you at the Gunnison City park. Ginger, Alex, Conrad and I made it back to Denver and the daily grind, I am already looking forward to our next trip with Ride the Rockies. The tour is from 8-15 June but we are doing our tour from 6-13, I feel like there is always someone else pulling my strings. Take care and ride on!
Kurt

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Scott Bierman

Let us know if we can assist in any way on your way through Summit County.

We are a greass roots cycling organization that thinks your family kicks ass.

Hope to see you all in Summit Co!

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Mark and Erica

Thanks Scott! Where are you located? We plan to be in Summit County sometime in the next week, and will probably stay in Copper or Frisco. We’d love to meet you and learn more about your organization!

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Chris and Amy Lloyd

So great to meet you guys on the road today while you were riding over Fremont Pass. Good to see a family that is crazier than we are! We have a great photo of you guys and a video so I will try and get it to you! Have fun! You guys are an inspiration!

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Cass

Hey guys, great to catch up on your epic adventures! What a travelling troupe! Keep it coming.

We did our first overnighter with Sage in the Chariot at the weekend. A success, all things considered.

Some questions for you:

We’re thinking of driving to Durango, then riding dirt roads to Silverton, and catching the train back. We have 3 full riding days and bits to either side (leaving Santa Fe pm a Wednesday, back on Sunday), in a couple of weeks time. Does this sound feasible/fun? Or any similar ideas spring to mind? We’re thinking short distances, max 20 miles or so a day. Less is okay too. Lots of downtime/lounging around the tent time, taking pictures (-: But a sense of movement too. Low traffic/dirt roads preferred, of course…

Any advice gratefully received. Thanks and all the best for the journey ahead,

Cass

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Adventure Family In Motion

Great blog! Awesome to see your family out enjoying time on bikes together and checking out the world. Our trips have been limited to long day rides and weekend adventures so far, however we really look forward to some week long journeys with our new little one. I believe a Surly Big Dummy might be in our future also, enjoyed seeing your setup.

Thanks for posting all the information and taking the time to document your travels.

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